Bibliographic update July 2016: All

Journal of Victorian Culture

Moving on by Staying the Same
vol. 21 (1): 95-101
Blogging the Victorians for the Journal of Victorian Culture Online
vol. 21 (1): 102-111
Editorial
vol. 21 (1): 1-2
The Future of Academic Journals
vol. 21 (1): 92-94
At Home and Astray: The Domestic Dog in Victorian Britain
vol. 21 (1): 129-132
Notes on Contributors
vol. 21 (1): 144-146

Journal of War & Culture Studies

Naval Narratives of Re-enactment: In Which We Serve and Sea of Fire
Jonathan Rayner, ONLINE EARLY
Learning to Live with Ghosts in the Aftermath of War: On documentary strategies in Rabih Mroué’s How Nancy Wished That Everything Was an April Fool's Joke
Solveig Gade, ONLINE EARLY
Introduction: Geographies of War and Culture Studies
Debra Kelly, ONLINE EARLY
Soldier or Student? The Recruitment of Australian University Students in the First World War
Véronique Duché, ONLINE EARLY
The Figure of the Soldier: Discourses of Indisputability and Heroism in a New Danish Commemorative Practice
Tea Dahl Christensen, ONLINE EARLY

Labor History

A syndicalist moment? Democracy, insurgent unionism, and the ‘Outlaw Strike’ of 1920
vol. 57 (3): 390-414
A pivotal role? The AFL–CIO and the 2008 presidential election
vol. 57 (3): 299-322
Trade unions and workplace organization: regulating labour markets in the Belgian and American flat glass industry and in the Amsterdam diamond industry in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
vol. 57 (3): 415-438
Workers, parties and a “New Deal:” A comparative analysis of corporatist alliances in Mexico, and the United States, 1910–1940
vol. 57 (3): 323-346
The revival and decline of rank and file movements in Britain during the 1930s
vol. 57 (3): 347-373
Capitalism, workers organising and the shifting meanings of workplace democracy
vol. 57 (3): 374-389
The Attlee government and welfare state reforms in post-war Italian Socialism (1945–51): Between universalism and class policies
vol. 57 (2): 277-297
Recruitment and coercion in Japan’s far north: evidence from colonial Karafuto’s forestry and construction industries, 1910–37
vol. 57 (2): 215-234
Beyond trade unions’ strategy? The social construction of precarious workers organizing in the city of Buenos Aires
vol. 57 (2): 193-214
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